The University of Dayton is projecting a full-time undergraduate enrollment this fall of between 6,400 and 6,500 — well above the University's budgeted enrollment figure of 6,150 — and the incoming class is expected to "reflect the continuing trend of more outstanding students selecting UD," according to Richard T. Ferguson, associate provost for enrollment management.
At the graduate level, enrollment is either stable or booming, particularly in the School of Law, where a record 1,950 students are vying for 175 seats.
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